Diamond CBD Group THC GUMMY BEARS ARE:
- Hand infused with TOP quality concentrate
- Never Sprayed
- Free of Propylene Glycol
- Accurately Dosed
- Lab Tested
- Strain Specific
To avoid overconsumption, it is essential to “know your dose”. The best advice here can be summarized by the following phrase, “Go low and slow”. This will allow you to gradually build confidence in using cannabis and help to mitigate any unwanted side effects. See our edible dosage mg chart below. (Please note we are not doctors, this information is for educational purposes):
1 – 100mg: New cannabis consumers and those looking to microdose.
150 – 200mg: Occasional cannabis consumers (A few times per month).
200 – 250mg: Regular cannabis consumers (A few times per week).
250 +mg: Heavy cannabis consumers (Daily).
*These dosage ranges loosely apply to sublingual administration as well. Consumers will want to dial their initial dose back the first time to adjust for increased absorption.
There are a few things to consider that may alter your cannabis experience:
- THC has biphasic properties, which means at one dose it might have one effect (relieves stress) but one larger can cause the opposite (increased feelings of stress).
- Taking edibles on an empty stomach can cause your dose to be absorbed faster with a more intense onset. A meal rich in fat can cause you to absorb more THC than usual.
- If you take your regular dose outside of your normal routine, it can cause a completely different experience.
- If you ever become uncomfortable from overconsumption try laying down, closing your eyes, and take deep slow breaths. You can also try watching a funny or comforting movie.
- If you feel like you are experiencing trouble breathing or heart-related problems, you should seek medical attention.
The cannabis experience is incredibly unique to every individual. For this reason, Diamond CBD Group™ goes above and beyond to ensure our products are accurately tested, labeled, and packaged so our consumers can get consistent relief. Remember to go low and slow, its part of knowing your dose.